Plumage Studio by PaddyK is a small, family run business that designs and makes beautiful accessories in London, Ontario. Handbags and purses are made in genuine leather, cork and fine fabrics. Hats, scarves and some clothing pieces are created in house from silk, linen, wool and cotton.
How you present yourself is a reflection of who you are. We all want our appearance to reflect our unique self: the individual we have been in-training for our entire life. With a long history of evaluating and creating flattering options for every facial and body type, Plumage Studio creates accessories for women with this sense of personal expression.
Come to the studio or to a show, share your needs and leave with a breathtaking complement to your everyday or special occasion outfit. You will get a one of a kind, handmade accessory that enhances your personal style.
Custom work is available, by appointment only. Call or email to book your spot on our schedule.
Twenty years ago I began to combine my experience in costume with my fascination for embroidery by designing and making elaborately embellished costumes. Since then, my work has evolved through many explorations of technique in textile art.
I incorporate my original textile art pieces into the hats and bags I craft from high end materials. This creates works that can be viewed as art and also used practically, as an adornment. It is terrifying to make that first cut into one of my richly layered tapestries of fabric, paint, dyes and thread in order to transform it into a piece of wearable art. However, the results are worth it when I see the finished piece on the wearer. This final combination of art and body is always my favourite.
Patricia holds a BA, and is a Certified Artist/Educator as well as a Certified Milliner. She teaches and has published articles on embellishment and design.
Queen’s Plate Millinery Award. Second Runner-up, 2015
Finalist: Independent Handbag Designers Awards, 2018
Paddy is a certified Artist/Educator and is excited to share her knowledge of textile techniques.
Previous workshops have included: silk flowers with French flower irons, bias fabric roses, applique for stage,
painted applique for creating dimension, and free motion machine embroidery, personal dress form making,
draft a tunic to your figure, leather introduction.
Please email for more information.